Paradise Rock Club
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- 86%Local Culture
- 76%Budget Travelers
- 75%Nightlife Lovers
- 51%Adventure Travelers
Member Reviews (5)
- Paradise Rock Club
- Paradise Rock ClubFirst to ReviewOct 21, 2013
I loved going to the Paradise when I lived in Boston. It's an intimate venue without a bad "seat" in the house (unless you're stuck behind a pillar) and the acoustics are great. One of my favorite memories of this place is seeing the Spin Doctors (whoa, throwback) play here and watching Chris Barron attempt a high kick over the mic stand while performing "Two Princes." This was when they were way past their prime, mind you. Good times!
- Paradise Rock ClubMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Sep 27, 2013
The Paradise Rock Club is a classic, grungy live performance venue in Allston. A very impressive list of big names have played at the paradise, and it's usually a stop for a lot of lesser-known, up-and-coming groups as well. If you plan ahead, prices can start as low as $10, making it cheap and easy for all you hipsters out there to go see some band you've never heard and brag to your friends that you knew them before they were popular once they hit it big. Really though, it's a fun, affordable venue. I always feel like it's just crowded enough without being claustrophobic, and the sound and views are good no matter where you stand.